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series-parallel circuit

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Mhaya Dela Torre

on 13 October 2013

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Transcript of series-parallel circuit


Technical terms
Current-The flow of charge is called the current and it is the rate at which electric charges pass through a conductor.
Dimly-  Emitting only a small amount of light
Load- The term 'load' refers to the power consumed by a circuit
Voltage- The electrical force or pressure that causes current to flow in a circuit.
A series-parallel circuit is used where it is necessary to provide different amounts of current and voltage from a single source of applied voltage.
in series circuit:
in parallel circuit:
in series-parallel circuit:
 Remove all your jewelries while working in laboratory.
 Wear your proper laboratory clothes.
Avoid horse playing
Check the circuit connection before you switch on the power supply.
Use tools according to its proper usage.
 Make sure that your hand is not wet in doing electrical wiring.
acrylic board
bulb holder
connectors plug
binding post
step 1
prepare all the materials needed
step 2:
Connect the terminal 1 to the terminal of the bulb 1.

step 3:
Connect terminal 2 to the terminal of the bulb 2.
step 4:
Connect the terminal 1 to the terminal of the bulb 2.
step 5:
Connect terminal 2 to the terminal of the bulb 2.
step 6:
Connect the terminal 1 to the terminal of the bulb 3
step 7:
Connect terminal 2 to the terminal of the bulb 3.
step 8:
Connect terminal of the bulb 4 to the terminal of the bulb 5 .
step 9:
Connect the terminal 2 to the terminal of the bulb 5.
step 10:
Connect terminal 1 to the terminal of the switch.
step 11:
Connect it to the power source.
Follow- up assignment:
1. Design your own schematic diagram of series-parallel circuit on a bond paper
2. On your notebook, state the importance of of the combination circuit.

Advance assignment:

• Make a research about fluorescent lamp
1. Define a fluorescent lamp
2. What are the parts of a fluorescent lamp
3. State the importance of a fluorescent lamp

Reference: Halderman, James D. (2001), Electricity and Electronics
(3rd Edition), Slencoe-Mc Graw, U.S.A.
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